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Nintendo’s President Apologizes For Joy-Con Drift Issues
While the Nintendo Switch has been very well received, it does not mean that it did not come with its fair share of problems. In fact, later in its life, gamers were starting to discover issues with their Joy-Con controllers in the form of drifting. This is where despite the gamer not touching or moving the controls, the game would register it as a movement.

Nintendo Could Be Looking To Scale Back On Their Mobile Development Efforts
For the longest time ever, Nintendo had refused to get on board with mobile gaming. The company later had a change of heart where they eventually started to release mobile games, some with great success. However, the company could be changing their minds yet again, at least according to a report from Bloomberg.

Apex Legends Will Be Coming To The Switch With Support For Crossplay
With all the popularity and hype surrounding battle royale style games like Fortnite, it didn’t really come as a surprise when EA eventually announced their own game, Apex Legends. The game has been out for a while now and has been available on platforms like the Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

The Nintendo Wii Is Still A Smashing Success In Care Homes More Than A Decade Later
The Nintendo Wii was released more than a decade ago, about 13 years to be exact. It is one of Nintendo’s most successful consoles to date (although the Switch seems to be catching up), and it seems that over in the Windsor Court care home located in Wetherby in the UK, the Wii is still finding a lot of use amongst its residents.

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Nintendo Launches Free Jump Rope Challenge Game For The Nintendo Switch
The lockdown has caused not only financial strain on the world, but also on the mental and physical well-being of people who might otherwise be going out socializing, exercising, and so on. If you’re going a little stir crazy at home right now, the good news is that if you own the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo has recently released a free game for you all.

Nintendo Might Not Be Planning On Hosting Any Direct Events For Now
In the previous years, we’ve seen how Nintendo has hosted several Direct events. The company has typically shied away from major conferences and events and usually chooses to host its own online Direct events instead. However, according to a report from VentureBeat, it seems that Nintendo could be taking a break from that.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades Is Now Available On The Switch
According to Bethesda, it could be years before we hear about more details about The Elder Scrolls VI. For those who’d rather not replay Skyrim or have no interest in subscribing to The Elder Scrolls Online, The Elder Scrolls: Blades could be a good alternative, and the good news is that the game is now available on the Nintendo Switch.

160,000 Nintendo User Account Information Leaked
Before Nintendo established its new online service for the Switch, the company relied on what was known as the Nintendo Network ID (NNID). Unfortunately, it seems that somehow hackers have managed to obtain access to at least 160,000 NNID accounts where they have managed to steal login IDs, passwords, and other user information stored in those profiles.

Japan Is Giving Kids Super Famicom Systems To Encourage Them To Stay At Home
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many of us have been advised to stay at home to help prevent the virus from continuing to spread, and also to help prevent healthcare systems from being overwhelmed. This is quite tough on adults, let alone kids who might not necessarily understand the gravity of the situation.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Sells 5 Million Digital Copies In March 2020
If there is at least one company who seems to be benefiting from the coronavirus pandemic, it would be Nintendo. Due to the fact that people are being forced to stay home to self-isolate to help curb the spread of the virus, many are looking for alternative forms of entertainment, such as with the Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Is Reportedly Ramping Up Production Of The Switch
One of the problems faced by Nintendo right now is that their Switch consoles seem to be selling out pretty fast. This is a good problem to have, although this has left many customers frustrated as they are not able to get their hands on the console unless they’re willing to pay the marked up prices offered by resellers.

Want To Buy A Nintendo Switch? You Might Have To Wait Until The Summer
The Nintendo Switch has been selling well ever since the console was released. However, in the past few months, it seems that the console has been experiencing a massive surge in popularity. This is due to the fact that more people are being stuck at home and are looking for ways to entertain themselves.

Potential New Nintendo Switch With Secondary Display Hinted At In Firmware Update
With the launch of the Nintendo Switch and the Switch Lite, it seemed as though Nintendo was looking to kill off its 3DS handheld lineup. The company had insisted back then that they still plan on keeping the 3DS around, but it looks like new evidence has emerged that suggests that Nintendo could be one step closer to killing off the 3DS.

Nintendo Switch Gamers In Japan Can Create Their Own Joy-Con Color Schemes
When the Nintendo Switch was first announced, there were only two color options for the Joy-Cons that gamers could choose from: grey or a red-blue color scheme. The latter was the most popular and was quickly sold out. Nintendo has also since introduced a bunch of different color scheme combos for customers to choose from.